Um, no, don’t look at Sarah or Paul …
… study that painting by Felix behind Sarah. Not everything in it is an arm. What.
Karen Walton had a lot of fun writing this script.
There were some lines that made me laugh out loud. And she did plenty with the uptight Allison.
It’s clear the Neolutionists aren’t the source of the clones. I think somehow they got word of them and glommed onto them for their own ends. Otherwise, Leekie would know how many were out there and their names.
Morgue Boy disappointed. He ratted out Felix. Good documentation is really a poor excuse.
Seeing that DYAD article, I think I know what the clones are. Skip the rest of this paragraph if you don’t want such speculation. I think a pharmaceutical company created them for drug trials. They’re a reservoir of standardized human guinea pigs. But maybe that’s too simplistic?
Anyway, the ending was a surprise. But I should have seen it coming, with The City on the Edge of Forever being one of my favorites classic Star Trek episodes. Harumph.
Just two more episodes left! Then the agony of waiting until next year for more.
So far, not a single episode of this series has disappointed or bored me. I’m so glad the pilot made me curious to see the next episode.